There is nothing quite like the aroma of roasted garlic in a kitchen to activate your taste buds. It is a wonderful herb for boosting the flavor of curries, pastas, stir-fries, dips, and so many other recipes, all while supporting your health!* Thanks to garlic’s organosulfur compounds (especially the main active component allicin), this vegetable has made a significant contribution to herbalology and the culinary world for thousands of years.
Flavor is just one of the amazing benefits of eating garlic. By including it in your meals and consuming it in concentrated supplement form, you’ll also be rewarded with the following health benefits:
Eating garlic regularly is a simple and delicious way to maintain cardiovascular health when combined with a sensible diet and exercise.* In the kitchen, garlic is a highly versatile ingredient that’s even more nutritious when broken open. Simply chop, slice, or crush the cloves into your go-to sauces, stir-fries, and soups, or roast them whole for an out-of-this-world blast of flavor.
Blood Lipid Levels Already Within the Normal Range*
Garlic is used traditionally to help support healthy blood lipid levels already within the normal range in adults.*  People can benefit from garlic in a range of strengths and formats.* The forms of garlic studied were.
- Garlic powder
- Garlic oil
- Raw or aged garlic
Upper Respiratory Tract
Garlic is a must-have ingredient for anyone who is looking to support immune function.* It is used traditionally to help support upper respiratory tract health.* The nutrients in garlic work with the body’s immune system cells to help support healthy mucus membrane function in the nose and throat.* 
In addition to its flavor, one of the best things about garlic is its versatility. There are so many ways to enjoy garlic. Whether you choose to eat it fresh, dried, roasted, or as a concentrated natural health product, you’re sure to benefit.
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